So as you could tell the previous deck wasnt very much or very well put together so a good Sawzall blade and the biggest hammer I could find cleaned it out nicely. Next up was laying out the “Main” deck. I’m not sure how many of ...
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I have been very lucky in that I had a father that was a housing contractor, so at a very early age I was introduced to woodworking. Now that I'm older and have a "real" job woodworking and home construction has become my hobby's. I've been lucky to have been part of several complete house constructions and renovation projects (my family restored an house originally constructed in 1908) as well as several woodworking projects of my own.
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This “little” project is one that most people jokingly refer to as “my dowry,” as I actually asked my then future father-in-law for his daughters hand. While I had no intentions of using the deck for bargaining purposes, it...
This is one of those classic “honey-do’s” that I promised to do but just now are getting around to it. So far all I’ve done is the basic design (THANK YOU SKETCHUP!!) and cut down the plywood for easier handling. Hopeful...